Project Coordinator (Belize)
About the Position
Strategic Capacity Group (SCG) is seeking to hire two Project Coordinators, one based in Belmopan, Belize and the other in Belize City, Belize, to support the delivery of SCG’s capacity building projects in Belize. These positions report to SCG’s Core Logistics Team, coordinate with project staff at headquarters, and represent the organization in stakeholder engagements. The Project Coordinator plays an essential role in ensuring that all event logistics are delivered to a high standard of excellence. As integral members of SCG’s global logistics team, these positions will support the planning and delivery of all project activities; coordinate all in-country, regional, and international travel; and support the planning and delivery of all event logistics, including engaging with facility, interpretation, and catering vendors. The Project Coordinators will also conduct monitoring and evaluation interviews and contribute to project reporting.
Required Qualifications, Skills, and Experience
Ideal candidates will have the knowledge and experience to support all logistical and operational aspects of event planning and execution; excellent communications skills (written and oral); ability to engage with senior officials; and experience with U.S. security assistance programs and/or U.S. Embassy programs and processes, including Leahy vetting and travel requirements. Specifically, candidates must be:
• Located in Belize and willing to travel in the region and to the U.S., as required;
• Fluent in Spanish;
• Proficient in English;
• Experienced in event planning, logistics, and execution;
• Skilled at coordinating and negotiating with vendors, hotels, and venues; and
• Familiar with U.S. government grant guidelines.
About Strategic Capacity Group
Strategic Capacity Group (SCG) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to enhancing the ability of the United States and its partners to build strategic security sector capacity both at home and abroad.
SCG’s strategic capacity building approach is founded on rigorous assessment and analysis, contextual, policy relevant research and guidance, and creative programmatic design and implementation, developed and delivered in partnership with strategic partners and local stakeholders. SCG assists donor countries to enhance the sustainability and impact of their foreign assistance approaches and recipient countries to deliver security appropriately, effectively, accountably, and in accordance with the rule of law. Through this approach, SCG helps build human and institutional capacity worldwide. For more information about SCG, visit www.strategiccapacity.org.
How to Apply
Please send resume to SCG Human Resources Officer Sarah Shevlin (firstname.lastname@example.org).